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The midterms will see a number of nonreligious candidates – but why is it so hard for atheists to get voted into Congress?

By Phil Zuckerman, Professor of Sociology and Secular Studies, Pitzer College
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Despite growing numbers of non-religious Americans, self-declared atheists are few and far between in the halls of power – putting the US at odds with other global democracies.The Conversation

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